Solid Application Rates

Photo Credit:  Akron Canton Airport, Ohio

NASi SF can be applied with all standard airport solid spreading equipment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Per US Air Force Instruction 32-1002

PERFORMANCE ADVANTAGES

  • Lowest working temperature among approved airside solid de-icers*
  • Lower application rates compared to other solids*
  • Irregularly shaped granules are designed to eliminate bounce and roll so that product stays put

ENVIRONMENTAL ADVANTAGES

  • Helps airports meet ecological requirements
  • Does not contain nitrites or triazoles
  • Biodegradable with lower COD and BOD levels

NASi SF GENERAL APPLICATION RATES

The application of chemicals is distinguished as either anti-icing or de-icing. Anti-icing is to apply immediately prior to the onset of freeze conditions to prevent the bond of precipitation with pavement.  It is considered the most efficient use of chemicals. De-icing means applying chemical after an event to aid in the removal of ice and snow.  The following suggested rates will vary depending on a range of conditions including air temperature, humidity, precipitation type, wind, ground temperature, surface material and application equipment.

ANTI-ICING

 

Prior to the onset of precipitation:

32 to 23 °F 3.07 lbs/1000 ft2

23 to 14 °F 4.10 lbs/1000 ft2

 

 

Snow and snow fall:

32 to 23 °F 5.12-7.17 lbs/1000 ft2

23 to 14 °F 7.17-9.22 lbs/1000 ft2

Under 14 °F 9.22-11.27 lbs/1000 ft2

DEI-CING

 

Light ice and compacted snow:

32 to 23 °F 2.05-4.10 lbs/1000 ft2

23 to 14 °F 4.10-6.15 lbs/1000 ft2

Under 14 °F 6.15-8.20 lbs/1000 ft2

 

 

 

Ice and freezing rain:

32 to 23 °F 5.12-8.20 lbs/1000 ft2

23 to 14 °F 8.20-10.24 lbs/1000 ft2

Under 14 °F 10.24-12.29 lbs/1000 ft2

 

NASi is a major manufacture of the following chemicals and solutions in the industrial market:

  • Ammonium Hydroxide
  • Ammonium Sulfate (NSF/ANSI 60)
  • Aqua Ammonia
  • Calcium Nitrate
  • Diammonium Phosphate
  • Dipotassium Phosphate (FCC, OU)
  • Monoammonium Phosphate
  • Monopotassium Phosphate
  • Phosphoric Acid (Technical, NSF/ANSI 60)
  • Potassium Acetate
  • Potassium Bicarbonate
  • Potassium Carbonate (NSF/ANSI 60)

                  - Dry or Liquid

  • Potassium Carbonate/Potassium Hydroxide Blends
  • Potassium Formate
  • Urea Liquors (to 50%)
  • Toll Production
  • Ship to quality/order (every time)
  • Logistical management
  • Global raw material acquisition
  • 24/7 manufacturing & shipping
  • Chemical engineering support
  • Custom manufacturing to meet specific requirements

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